The Paradis Latin, in Paris's Latin Quarter, was built in 1803 on the orders of none other than Napoleon Bonaparte. It burned down in 1870, but was rebuilt in 1887-1889 by Mr. Eiffel Tower himself, Gustave Eiffel. After being closed for a great chunk of the 20th century it reopened in the 70s. It's been playing spectacular shows to packed houses ever since.
Shows here include a mix of trapeze artists, comedy, dancers, drag shows, magic and of course, the famous cancan. Our show tickets feature options for Champagne accompaniment or different meal options, to ensure that your trip to paradise leaves you satisfied.